LOL, WTF?!?! I don't know how I found this game, but it seemed too crazy not to download. The story is hilariously over the top. Unfortunately, I won't get to see what happens after the first chapter because the game itself is a really weak running game with mediocre controls. Shaq can't need the money this badly.
Deceptively Good.... I saw a guy give a review on this on Youtube... he was trying to joke about how bad shaq games are but as he played, the bad guy beat him and he wanted to beat him. So he played the level again. Lol... and again.... I got it and did the same thing. It addictive in afun and playfulway. Great replay value. U figure out there us strategy to the game as well. I loved it and recommend it to all
Just one life. Repetitive Gameplay looked great at the beginning. But You have just one life. So you have to keep playing till you pass level. Cant start at boss level directly. Too repetitive and difficult and lengthy levels. Uninstalling.
Well made and quite addictive Great idea and lots of action. Drawn graphics are cool and difficulty level is very well executed with different Shaq outfits. But it could use some new features. It would be awesome to have more games with similar theme and setting.
Awesomely ridiculous This game is not something out of this world, but is worth playing in some downtime for a few minutes at a time. Its kinda absurd, ridiculous, (repetitive), but fun
A fantastic spiritual sequel to Shaq Fu. Gameplay wise, there is nothing original about this game. What makes it stand out is its star power and the way the designers chose to implement it. The story is a peculiar flavor of delightful, straight-faced camp that makes the purchase price worth it just to show to friends.
Thanks for the great feedback everyone!! We're continuing to improve ShaqDown based on your suggestions.
1. Stage 1 was made slightly easier
2. Reduced file size
3. Fixed a rare bug that happened when beating all 3 levels in a row without dying.
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